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Life’s a Dream on The Peach Truck

By Laura Pochodylo As Nashville grows, so does one of its most delicious local establishments: The Peach Truck. Founded by native Georgian-turned Nashvillian Stephen Rose, The Peach Truck brings the best of his home state’s peaches on

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Community Solar Programs Are the Future of Clean Energy in Nashville

By Laura Pochodylo Being in the path of eclipse totality is not the only way the sun is making news in Nashville. Nashville’s community leaders are working to strengthen the city’s relationship with the sun and other renewable energy sources as a

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Composing, Coding and Careers: How Can Music and Tech Intersect?

By Laura Pochodylo In the minds of outsiders, working in technology draws easy parallels to science and math. But music? Not so much. However, for many Nashville coders, entrepreneurs and more working with technology, it’s a natural

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Opportunity Now Interns Rack Up Digital Expertise in Nashville

By Justin Stokes Last week, we shared an article about the summer workshops and programs that teach Middle Tennessee youth about the value of STEM, from building robots to programming computer code. There's more to vocational preparedness than

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Make Summer Memorable and Meaningful with STEM

By Justin Stokes Summer is all about providing students a break from their curriculum to let them have fun and enjoy time away from their desks. That doesn’t mean that they have to stop learning altogether, though. Why not keep them engaged with

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